Pre-Competitive Swim Programs
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About Pre-Competitive Swim Programs

Looking to see if competitive swimming is for you? Want some extra practice to get ready for your high school or summer swim team? Don't have the time to commit to a competitive program? Our pre-competitive programs are the perfect fit.

Featured Courses

  • Pre-competitive Swim Team Rockwood Summit

    This program is for the level 8 or higher SwimAmerica swimmer who wants to go to the next level beyond the instructional focus of SwimAmerica group classes. Compared to SwimAmerica group lessons, the pre-competitive classes are longer, more endurance-based, and meet twice a week. Coaching is conducted from the deck and will be very similar to a competitive swim club practice. This group is also perfect for anyone who enjoyed summer league swimming, and wants to continue swimming during the school year but is not able to commit to or qualify for a year-round competitive swim team. Pre-competitive classes will strive to refine stroke technique so if your child is still having trouble learning the butterfly and/or breaststroke you might want to consider taking a SwimAmerica class. Qualifications: 50 yards freestyle, 25 yards backstroke and have an idea of how to swim breaststroke and butterfly; or be in station 8 or higher in SwimAmerica
  • Pre-competitive Swim Team

    This program is for the level 8 or higher SwimAmerica swimmer who wants to go to the next level beyond the instructional focus of SwimAmerica group classes. Compared to SwimAmerica group lessons, the pre-competitive classes are longer, more endurance-based, and meet twice a week. Coaching is conducted from the deck and will be very similar to a competitive swim club practice. This group is also perfect for anyone who enjoyed summer league swimming, and wants to continue swimming during the school year but is not able to commit to or qualify for a year-round competitive swim team. Pre-competitive classes will strive to refine stroke technique so if your child is still having trouble learning the butterfly and/or breaststroke you might want to consider taking a SwimAmerica class. Qualifications: 50 yards freestyle, 25 yards backstroke and have an idea of how to swim breaststroke and butterfly; or be in station 8 or higher in SwimAmerica